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Nov 10, 2013 8:30pm PST
him. sean telling us sterday didn't know h at all. talked to people, thfeedback was different than i expected. he's an outstanding staff guy, extremely loyal for players. sean spending the suended season in llas. saw the job that he did in dallas. impact. and it's all workingell. joe vitt right therehe long-time assistan mccown kneels down and that's going to dit from the superdome. jason garretand his team will go flying ho, take the bye week and then head to the meadowlands to take onhe gits. there it is,ost yards allowed by the cowboys in the story of the franchise. b, of course, exchanng greetings and pleasaries with a lot of the guys that he wound up coaching last year but it's all saints tonig after at one int dallas had a 10-lead, but the saints wind up winning the game by 32. 49-17 our final ore with the wendy's post-gamreport coming right up. announcer: welcome the wendy'post game report. here now, bob costas. >> behind us, of 41 performance, 4 tchdowns, no interceptions by drew brees. the saints romp 49-17. they're 7-2. theilead is a game over the surpsing carolina panthe i
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Nov 3, 2013 8:30pm PST
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Nov 24, 2013 8:30pm PST
ryan allen. brady back on the bench. manning ready to go to work. denver using a time-out here so they'll have two when they get the ball. >> cris: well, i hate to bring this up for a second time, but left-footed punters in crazy winds, left-footed punters by themselves are hard to catch. with the crazy winds, it is an uncertainty. >> al: another part of the equation, del rio can't take a chance with holliday trying to grab this one. allen gets the kick away and welker is underneath it and welker will field it at the 20 yard line. avoids a first tackler and then brings the ball back to the 33 yard line. coming up after the game, it will be the wendy's postgame report. michele on the field with the stars of the game. bob, tony and mike wrap it up, take a look across the lead. cris and i look ahead to our thanksgiving night matchup in baltimore with the steelers and the ravens coming up right after the game. so here's manning. and you know what he's going to do right now, it's real simple. 1:34. not only try to get them obviously into field goal range but take as much time off that
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Nov 17, 2013 8:30pm PST
first set sail, millions of them have bn made with us. what will yos be? engine revs ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the mercedes-benz wier event is bk, with the perfect vehle that'sust right for you, no matter whi list you're on. [anta ] ho, ho, ho,o! [ male announcer ] get the all-new 2014 cla250 starting at just $29,900. >> al: looking at th over the break think it will be a touchdown. the calf or shin area goes down. another look at fasano in e end zo. >> cris: the shin, theip is down. any bo part. the hip is down before anything goes out of bounds. u can see it pretty well from this angle here. there's space, the thin shin is there. that's a touchdown. >> refereeafter reviewing the play with clear ssession, the left calf and the left h landedn the end zone prior to the ft elbow landing outf bods. good score. >> al: so great chalnge by id. it works, 56 remaining in regution and with the extra point forthcoming, ill be 27-17. >>ris: catch a break and now o knows? kind of inresting, like at this pot you have to think onside kick even though you have your timouts remaining. peyton, kind
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Nov 28, 2013 8:30pm PST
game. i tell you, if they play 16 straight times and they wanted us to do them all, i would do them all. it's a fantastic rivalry. >> al: so nine of the last ten, if this one holds, 22-20, will be decided by three or fewer points. pittsburgh takes its final time-out. baltimore can end the game on two kneel downs. >> cris: you have to think a little bit about the pittsburgh steelers now moving forward now with the rash of injuries they've got there on that last little series. >> al: they're going to be 5-7. they have three of their last four at home. right now you have denver, new england, indy and cincinnati as the division leaders. kansas city could be the number one wild card at the moment. baltimore would be number two as this game comes to a finish. the others are in a hunt. but a huge win for the baltimore ravens and a bitter loss to the pittsburgh steelers. as they head home and in a week and a half take on the miami dolphins, while the ravens try to get healthy as well and take on the minnesota vikings here. minnesota at detroit, new england and at cincinnati. as a reminder,
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Nov 2, 2013 8:30pm PDT
every year for accounting practices. >> reporter: mike spoke to us. why would you pay consultants and management coaches out of an insurance fund. >> i didn't know we did that. >> reporter: you admitted it here. >> if there was a mistake. >> reporter: you insist it's a mistake when the people who made the entries say they were told to do so? >> absolutely. >> reporter: it happened in 2010, 2011 and 2012. >> i don't believe that. >> reporter: they were mistakes. >> i don't believe that. >> reporter: you said it happened? >> i don't believe the way you are portraying it. $16,500. $60,000 and $292,000. entries our sources sold us were purposely paid out of the wrong account. he says he was asked to make up expenses. you are saying that didn't happen? >> i do not believe that. >> reporter: you are saying he did it on his own? >> i do not believe that. i have no idea, no foundation why he's making the claims. >> get it done or you are going to get fired. >> all of us in finance knew something was going on. >> reporter: he's not the only one speaking out. >> a lol ott illegal entrees to tra
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Nov 16, 2013 6:30pm PST
for joining us. we have some trail blazers with us tonight, some house hold names, oers youight be time.and hearing for the first but all of our stors tonight give us a rare behind t scenes look at these dynamicews mars. we begin with the colorfulnd controversial john mcphie. he recently turned down an off to fixed the obama care website. valley.ck in the silicone wife. aew compa and a new murder of his neighbor and the media frenzy that followed. john mcafee hasurned hisife willingly into a hollywood script. >> is this the story of a successful sbe preneurowho went crazand became a murderer or is this the gatest bleep ] of all tim >> we caughtp with mcafe in portland, oregon and now he's in the silicon valley. in the shadows of the softwar serity empire he created i 1987 the 68-yr-old mcafee is starting aew company. >> a few years ago you said you had nothing t do with the murder of your belize, you said you were drug free and you said you were still in contact with one of your teenage girlfriends. has anything change >> nothg. >> all still true to this day? >> all still true to t
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Nov 11, 2013 12:00am PST
the past, most of us would have spent a coue of bays on a basing skill and one day on wd problems. whereas now wee doing word oblems every day. >> word problems are central to the common core state scan das, guidelines roing out in school. benchmarks for english, language arts and math. >>alifornia is one of 45 states that have adopted the common core. andovernor brown set aside $1.25 billion co-implement it. >>it's asking, for instan, to notocus on such a broad s of topics as has been the ce in the bust past, but rather to dive much deeper. theommon cores across all grades, kindergarten to high school. >> not go a mile wide and inch deep. but encourag deeper undetanding. >> verdifficult. as teemp, weeed to spend a lot of time preparing. >> is year is going to be a challenge. they say first-year teaching is hard. this is semian equivent. >> hehers are reting lesson plans and districts are holding off on textbooks because the common coris not in print. >> it is hard right now to have studentsheck their work at home. oat an tord, one of the coverageal arctects of the common core has
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Nov 25, 2013 12:00am PST
issues. >> around at the same time. >> gang related violent crime is certainly a concern for us. >> san jose was promoting its new gang suppression plan for the summer. it saturated gang hot spots. the results -- some impressive stats. gang-related crime down in every category from last year. >> that plan, we found that it was very successful. >> and that success flooded headlines. >> we're proud of ostaff here. >> but we found the city isn't tell i don't go uh the whole story. >> the city is saying grang related crime is shutdown. is that true? >> no, it's not true. i think my first reag was shock and then anger because's not true. it's a lie. >> both with inside knowledge of gang related cases. we altered their appearance and voices. so you're seeing the department is lying to the public right now about gang-related activity in the city? >> it plmt claims from january through august of last year, there were 14 lang related murders. this year, eight. >> here's what the san jose police department didn't tell you. it changed the way it classified gang-related murders. in houston
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Nov 18, 2013 12:00am PST
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Nov 23, 2013 6:30pm PST
are these chemicals? >> they are acutely poisonous. >> thank you for joining us for the next 30 minutes we investigate exposing issues and holding the powerful accountable. we begin with questionable decisions by the santa clara sheriff. one came in the middle of a 16 month criminal investigation of a 49er superstar. a second game in the hours after smith was arrested for driving under influence. as independent experts told us this doesn't look good. >> there's the sack. ogden smith gets rocked. >> he's the all pro linebacker of the san francisco 49ers. >> smith is going the hall of fame if this game goes on much longer. >> did smith get preferential treatment? >> yes de. >> it involves superstar alden smith. santa clara sheriff lauri smith. they center on a saturday behind these gates at the sheriff's shooting range and a fry morning inside the santa clara county jail. >> what does that mean? >> that means preferential treatment was given to smith. >> he's a veteran member of the santa clara sheriff's office. he asked us to disguise his identity because he fears retaliation. >>
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Nov 4, 2013 12:00am PST
you for joining us. we hope by the end of the half-hour, we hope to have you feeling a little bit better about the world around you. our first story tonight is going to sound like a script for a movie, which is actually fitting because michael santos' store are i begins with a movie -- "scarface." he fell under the spell of the movie's drug dealing main character. it was just the beginning, however, of an incredible story of crime, punishment, and redempg. >> did you check your e-mail today? i sent you ten questions. >> if any of michael santos' san francisco state students began the school year how he spent the summer? the answer might surprise them. >> today we're going to talk about the federal prison system. >> michael was in federal cu custo custody. >> i just want to share my experience with you. >> but then again, prison is where michael santos has spent the last 26 summers of his life. >> 26 years, 9,500 days. 9,500 days from entrance to release. >> it was in 1987 when michael was convicted of being a drug kingpin op of shipping kilos of cocaine from miami to seattle. >> i
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Nov 9, 2013 6:30pm PST
school in san se. lots and lotsf word problems. >> in the past most of us would have spent a couple ofays on the basic skull and then maybe one d at the end of the chapter on a word problem and then go on to the next topic. whereas now we're doing word problems ery day. >> word prlems are central t the common ce standard, tionwide guidelines rolling out in the b area schools. >> they' like a total change. >> califora is one of 45 states that have adopted the common core an early this year governor bwn set aside1.25 billn to implement it. >> it' asking the primaryrade levels to notocus on such oad set of topics as has been the case the past but rather to dive mucheper. >> it forces a new way of thinking across all grades from kindergarten to high school. >> trying to not go that mile widendnch dee but encourage much dper understandin on the teacher end we do need to spend a lot of time preparing. training sessions like this one in san jose are helping teachers transition to teaching the common cor but even so, this year is going to ba challenge. >> they say first year teaching is hard. thi
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Nov 2, 2013 6:30pm PDT
. thank you for joining us tonight. we hope by the end of the half hour we have you feeling better about the world around you. our first story sounds like a script for a movie which is fitting. michael santos' story begins with the movie scar face. as a young cuban, he fell under the spell of the movie actor. it was the beginning of an incredible story of crime, punishment and redemption. >> did everybody check your e-mail today? i sent you ten questions. >> if any of michael's san francisco state students began this year asking the teacher how he spent his summer, the answer might have surprised them. michael was in federal custody. >> i just want to share my experience with you. >> then again prison is where michael santos has spent the last 26 summers of his life. >> 2 years. 9500 days. 9500 days from entrance to release. >> in 1987 michael was convicted in federal court of being a drug king pen of shipping kilos of cocaine from miami to his hometown in seattle. >> i made every bad decision you could make. >> before michael spent a single of the nights in prison, michael made one good
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Nov 6, 2013 5:00pm PST
using a lighter to set his clothing on fire. >> very shocking. i'm glad we were able to arrest the person and get them off the street. it really, even after a career in law enforcement still find something like that really disturbing. >> meanwhile a fund for his hospital bills is now up to $20,000. oakland police are praising two men onboard that bus for putting out the fire and want to find them to honor them. >>> breaking news we want to pass along. we have just confirmed a statewide amber alert is over. the abduction was in sunnyvale earlier today when a father and his baby boy seen here have been found in southern california, across the border in mexico. kris sanchez is in sunnyvale where it all began with the latest. chris? >> hi. that's pretty much what we know at this point because the department of public safety has been tight lipped about any updates in this case. but we can tell you that the father, 22-year-old is now in the custody of american authorities. he was caught as he was trying to cross the border in lukeville, arizona. the baby, most importantly, the baby is sa
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Nov 5, 2013 11:00am PST
>>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. i'm jon kelley. new at 11:00. we can tell you an 86 yeshld marathon runner from the south bay died after finishing that new york marathon this past weekend. her family says during the marathon she fell and hit her head. she thought she was fine, and then suddenly yesterday she passed away. nbc bay area's christie smith is live right now in the willow glen neighborhood in san jose where she has just spoken to that woman's family. what a tragic, tragic day. >> reporter: yeah, good morning to you, jon. certainly joye johnson's family is grieving this morning, but they're also sharing a story of an amazing 86-year-old woman. they say she still normally got up very early and came here to willow glen high school to work out, run with her friends. they called themselves the track pack. she ran the new york marathon for 25 years, met al roker a number of times, but then took a fall during the race sunday and later passed [cyaway. these are photos of johnson meeting roker after the race outside the "today" show monday. normally s
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Nov 12, 2013 6:00pm PST
. investigative reporter steven stoc joins us with the new information. steven, as you know,his isn't someural area. toxichemicals in the middle of >> reporter: that' exactly right, raj. as w first reported back in february, the epa discovered thesnew hotspots of the chemical tce, located here in mountain view, outside t original boundaries of t m.e.w. superfund site located in we have the new levels to report tonight. we can tell you that the epa test found levels ofhis tce at 110,000 parts per billion in the groundwate and that leaves question here tonight, how did thetce get the outside these bounries? it's a toxic pme of chemicals that setches a mile and a hal extending under highway 101, and beneath moffitt field. the ple is made up mtly of tce, trichloroethylene, fen ar decades the ep monitorednd extrted the toxic come vent from the ground swrn wawater beo tce was ud by the semiconductor ree decades ago. it's been linked to cance and when evaporates can clect in buildings in a process called vapor intrusion which can cause heart depoformities in unborn children. the epa ha
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Nov 7, 2013 6:00pm PST
appe appeared in court. his mother and grandmother tells us he's not a hateful person. >> he's a good kid. >> reporter: the family of 16-year-old richard thomas walked out of a hearing at the oakland superior courtroom today maintaining he's a good kid. but alameda county prosecutors had a different view. today they charged thomas as an adult on charges of aggravated mayhem and assault likely to cause great bodily injury. they also charged thomas with the enhancement of a hate crime. thomas is accused of setting 18-year-old luke sasha fleischmann on fire as he slept on an ac transit bus monday. he is undergoing extensive skin grafts on his severely burned legs. in court filings, thomas told an investigator he did it because he was, quote, homophobic. fleischmann's parents said he often wore skirts and considered himself gender mutual. outside court, thomas' grandmother said he's not a hateful person. >> he's a good kid. >> a very good kid. >> i don't know, he's joking around, that's all. >> reporter: off camera, thomas' mother said his son was joking when he used the lighter to s
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Nov 25, 2013 11:00pm PST
police get involved? >> reporter: james says he used his mobile phone here to order a ride on uber. but he says the driver assaulted him during an argument. a police report has been filed. but now the question is who is responsible for the driver's behavior? >> as he swatted the phone he hit me on the arm. >> reporter: james says that a ride home with an uber driver got physical. the mobile app told him to expect a silver prius. when a blue prius showed up and the driver knew his name, james got in. he claims that the driver directed racist and homophobic slurs at him. he took this video. >> why don't you get in my face like before. >> reporter: police made no arrests. uber refunded his $14 fare but he says the company is not taking responsibility for the driver's behavior. uber says that authorities responded to the incident determined no action was necessary. but we suspended the account of the involved parties until further notice. >> i was bothered by the word "temporarily" because of what happened. not just because i suspect it had been shared with someone else but because of what
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Nov 13, 2013 5:00pm PST
thas been used to success after success and for investorsho have enjoyed a year of extremely strong gains, it's been aough few weeks for tesla. yesterday during a biness conferen in new york, excited investors about talking about plans to build an electric truck in the fupe eer future. i should point out that after a quick dip, tesla stock price recoverethis afternoon holdi steady after hours. >> very volatile market, tnk you. >>> we connue this coverage on our website. a live feed of the tesl building and stories about c fires thatcott auded to and also check the compans stock price on nbcbayarea.com. >>> alsoollowing develing news in sthern califoia. late this morning, four mares died after som military supplies exploded during a training exercise. here, camp pendleton, which is nortof san diego. the nes of the marines killed will be reased after t families are notified. now eight monthsago, seven marines wereilled in a mortar explosion while training in >>> new a 5:00, digging deeper into series of small rthquakes that have rattled the bay area. the latest o hit nea 1:00 this aft
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Nov 27, 2013 11:00pm PST
: police using social media to get the word out about not drinking and driving. >> i don't think you'd want to be hung over and hang out with the family the next day. >> reporter: as you can see, taxicabs are keeping close just in case folks need it. police say they will be out in force all weekend long. reporting live in palo alto, cheryl hurd. >>> stores are opening for business tomorrow instead of waiting until friday. and a few people are lining up. this is a live look at the best buy in san jose. doors open at 6:00 tomorrow night. this will be a chilly night, not just best buy, walmart, sears, target and macy's among the stores opening tomorrow. >>> a lot of people making a mad dash to the grocery store. >> reporter: i just popped into this safe way and the butter shelf is completely empty. there are a lot of people here doing some last-minute shopping for the big meal tomorrow. man owe are armed with a long list so they don't forget anything that is a must have on the holiday table. moist of the people we ran into were shopping in dwroup, a family event or friends event. we met people
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Nov 1, 2013 11:00am PDT
situation very closely. she joins with us the latest information. laura. >> and the very latest information, marla, includes nbc news reporting that a tsa agent was killed at los angeles international airport this morning. it all started about 9:20 this morning with reports of a man with a rifle inside terminal three at los angeles international airport. chaos ensued as multiple shots were heard. eight to ten shots reported by eyewitnesss in two separate moments. these are live pictures from the scene this morning. now, we understand originally at least two people were hit. we expect a special report from nbc news any moment now. officials at los angeles international airport report ag suspect in custody and there are multiple victims following a shooting. it occurred this morning, 9:30 pacific time at or near a tsa security checkpoint in terminal 3 of the l.a. airport. that will be the checkpoint for virgin america airlines. the gunman reportedly carrying a rifle. the motive unclear. we're told the situation is over right now. this is a picture -- these are pictures of the scen
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Nov 15, 2013 5:00pm PST
the incident. there's vio of the crime. we viewed it today. dy hernandez joins us for oakland. disturbing video, but what n it tell us? >> reporter: the vid is highly stu diurbing. it shows the teenageuspect lighti sasha's skirt laze and then on fire for 20 seconds. tonht the suspect's attory says his cient never intended to harmhe victim. >> wit every fiber of his being,e is sor. with every ounce o ergy he has, he wants to apologize. >> reporter: the dense attorney says tha wha the 16-year-old accusedf settg sasha on fire lasteek wants >> it was a ank.. it w thought nothing serious would happen at all, but then it was a terrible tragedy. >> reporter: the incident w captud on the bu survelance video. we got to watch it today, but we're no aowedo rebrodcast. hesed a lighter to set sasha's skirt on fir then darting out the bus door while sasha tries desperately t put the flames up running up and downhe bus aisle unl pasngers ste in >> we're not taking the position at this is a who dun it. >> report: he admits the vide clearly shows the incident, but he says it wasn a hat crime.
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Nov 14, 2013 5:00pm PST
used in the labs i distilled and not impacted, so no penng cases or work with evidence will be effected. in abt a week, the county plans perform a major flush of the entire building toake build up and pose aealth the threat. as a result of what was found here, the county i now vowing to do more fquent water testing in this building, potential everywo weeks. >>> haening right now, the sear for a driver who literally ran off after a four-car ash. a man driving a toyo forerunner went out of the roadway starting a chain reacon crash. the forerunner hit a van who was the driver of the van was le helping another driver with a flat tre. the forerunnerot hit by a truck after it moved back on e freeway. all of this on 280 near black mountain road. two adults were taken to the hospital. they appear to okay. >>> it's a story that continues to unfold. a skirt wearing teenager who coid considers himself to gender utral set on fire on a train. s classmates are supporting him. >> reporter: students and community members will gather here for what is being called a healing march. studes at oakl
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Nov 27, 2013 5:00pm PST
sasha. >> sasha told us which skirt they wanted to wear on the way home and i don't think that changes anything about the way sasha's going to express himself. >> we're just hoping that something good will come out of this. that you know, this kind of intolerance will be, people will realize that you can wear unusual clothing and it doesn't mean that you have a right to attack them. >> now, when i asked sasha's dad what the teenager is looking forward to the most, he said getting back to school and seeing friends. that's something they hope can happen next week. reporting live in oakland, nbc bay area news. >> thanks, jodi. more details now. oakland mayor expressed her support for the teen in a tweet. delighted to hear sasha fleishman is is home from the hospital. wonderful news to help oakland share a happy thanksgiving. >>> tied up with tape over their mouth. that's what three san jose residents endoured for hours while their home was ransacked. tonight, the suspects are still on the run. we have more from san jose and the new developments. >> the home invasion robbery happened in th
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Nov 4, 2013 11:00pm PST
a gunman. thanks for joining us. >> officials say they have identified the gunman and that he may be still hiding near the mall. not in the mall but near the mall. s.w.a.t. teams are going store by store looking for the gunman. shoppers ran for the exits after the shots were fired. we'll show you where the shooting happened. it happened in paramus, new jersey 15 miles from manhattan. employees say the gunman was dressed in all black with a motorcycle helmet on carrying a large gun walking past stores ten minutes before closing time. >> i saw he looked into the store and strolled past. it was very terrifying. >> straight up. >> a long rifle. >> so far police have found only one bullet casing. >>> new at 11:00, we are hearing from one of the tsa agents hurt during friday's shooting at l.a.x. tony grigsby said his first thought is to help the passenger. >> i'm just a regular person. i came to tsa to protect people. >> grigsby was shot when he was helping an elderly man get to safety. and he took time to remember his tsa colleague who died. >> let me take time to express the sadness i
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Nov 26, 2013 11:00am PST
>> good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. >>> a break in a decades old cold case in the bay area has just been announced. christie smith live in dublin with how the murder suspect knew the victim. good morning. >> good morning to you. steven whitaker is the victim, and his family is inside sobbing as word of the arrest was announced, and one of them -- one of the suspects is known to the family, and that is his second wife. we're told they had a rocky relationship and we're trying to dissolve their marriage. they actually lived together at the time and were trying to sell their home. i wanted to show you a picture that detectives just shared with us this morning. the case has been cold for 23 years until his estranged wife identified as sheryl drake and her new husband, william devin were arrested and charged with his murder. detectives tell us that really what this amounted to was re-interview willing people and using new technology on old evidence. whitaker was found stabbed on to death on a redwood road, an east bay regional park. police o
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Nov 21, 2013 11:00am PST
>> good morning. thanks nor being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley, and any minute we can expect bart's board of directors to vote on a labor contract that includes a provision bart says should have never made it into the deal. nbc bay area's christie smith has been at that meeting since the start of this morning at 9:00. christie, what can you tell us? what's happening? >> good morning to you, jon and marla. right now bart's board of directors are in a closed session. they haven't taken a vote yet. could come any minute now, but they're talking about what they call an error in a tentative agreement with its unions. we spoke with one barlt board member. he said, look, they have no chows but to reject it. it's too expensive. they sure got an earful from the union. >> you found in oversight three weeks since the agreement was degreed upon. this is in big print. >> that was a train operator who said that bart has way too many high paid managers and consultants for a mistake like this. bart's two largest unions ratifi contracts, but bart is now saying that a paid family le
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Nov 23, 2013 5:00pm PST
thank to you the bay area for helping us with our holiday food drive. >>> good evening i'm diane dwyer. >> a fire burned several apartments and store fronts and the fear was much more was in danger. the fire marshal says there was concern the fire would spread to the nearby downtown area. >> reporter: take a look at the damage and see the building that went up in flames behind me. it's a half block from the burlingame caltran station and steps away from a lot of restaurants and shops. painting supplies were found on the first floor room where it's believed the fire started. it's likely there was a combustible item left near a built in floor heater which caused the blaze. however an investigation into the exact cause is still under way. the fire started just before 4:00 a.m. this morning and the fire crew who were the first on the scene actually immediately called for back up knowing this would continue to grow. about 70 firefighters were battling the flames at the height of the fire which took about an hour and a half to get under control. >> in this case none of the buildings on
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Nov 19, 2013 6:00pm PST
. protesters say what you're seeing is a clear case of police brutality. nbc bay area cheryl hud joins us in san francisco, where there are more than 100 people behind you protesting right now, correct, cheryy? >> reporter: that's right. these propesters have been on the move. they arrived here after marching down valencia street. they made their way around the neighborhood. as you can see, they are back. now, let's take a look at why they're here. let's take a look at this video. this video shows paris williams who was being arrested by san francisco police last friday. police arrested them after he was told he was stopped riding his bicycle. he failed to do so. the next person you're about to see is a man who was taken down. he comes up bloody. police told him to stay back and he did not. in all, four people were arrested. five police officers injured. two of those officers were taken to the hospital. the crowd here tonight is accusing police of brutality and police chief greg surr is respo responding. >> both of my sons, two of the boys involved in this. my other son, he got out friday
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Nov 1, 2013 5:00pm PDT
supposed to go to l.a.x., from l.a.x. to austin. ended up in ontario where they told us to get off the plane, go get our luggage, and recheck back in. so i'm back here. >> reporter: five hours of travel time only to end up back in the bay area. she's hoping to finally catch a flight to austin this evening. >> just tired. >> reporter: many airline passengers were boarding or were already on when the shooting started. >> there was about seven. that was unusual. >> we turned to the news channel and all the news channels had it on there. we were just following it live as it was happening. >> anxiety, wondering what happened, if anyone was hurt, what exactly a security breach means, is it going to effect many airports? >> reporter: travelers should check ahead to make sure their flight time has not changed and give them extra time to get up through the newly stepped up security. >> 29 flights a day between those six airlines. >> reporter: it is quite calm here at san jose international airport because of all those delays. many of the flights weren't even all the way full. that's because
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Nov 26, 2013 5:00pm PST
complications are brain related. >>> many of us are lucky to spend thanks giving at home surrounded by family and friends. >> thousands of people are grateful for that. we have tonight's bay area proud. >> reporter: she was lucky to have grown up in a large extended family that all lived near each other. 1400, that's more like it. it's also tonight's bay area proud. compared to what it looks like today, the livermore of the 1970s was about as small town as the bay area got. unless that is you just moved here from white thorn, california. population 250. >> oh, lord. have mercy. >> reporter: livermore was the big city. >> yeah. >> we need a ton of volunteers to help us move all this stuff out of here. >> reporter: this is the story of how over the past three decades she and her husband randy have been proving that size doesn't matter, except when it's the size of someone's heart. >> no matter how big a town gets or how small you may feel, there's somebody out there who will take care of you and help you and love you. >> reporter: and that is just what the moores have been doing for 30 y
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Nov 12, 2013 11:00am PST
>>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. new at 11:00 a 16-yeaold oakland boy stas accused of fire. another teenager on he is nowack in court this morning. nbc bay area'schristie smith life outside that courtroom in oakland, and, you just got out of that urt. can youell us exactly wha happened? >> reporter:ell, i have to tell you, jon,his is one of the shortest court appearans i've ever seen fore. mayba minute,ossibly less. we did not hr from richard thomas. the suspect in this case. instead a judge p an attorney of record onhe case, and everyone will be back in court in fact, we tried to speak with richarthomas's family as they left the couroom this morning, but ey didn't want toalk with the media as theyollowed them down the hallway. they did speak last week, though, when the said tha he was sorryor what he did,ut th said he is not homophobic. the 16-year-olds being held without bail. he is charged as an adult with two hate cme enhancements accused of setting sacha fleschman's skirt on fire while the tn slept on an ac transit bus. sacha ide
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Nov 11, 2013 6:00pm PST
the sims metal recycling plant in reood ty. the company telling us today they're still not ectly sure of everything that caught fire, but anything foundn a car or in a appliance, could have burned. flame retardants onthem, at have plastic, tha have rubber. we're concern about a lot of different particles in the air that a actuallyetting into the wate >> reporter: water and air,oth concerns for the environmental watchdog oup, san francisco bay keeper. and in the cas of sims, the company, wectually have sued e facity in the past. theye had pollution proems at the richmond facility, as well as eir s jose and yward facilities. >> reporter: nbc bay are also found vlations at a sims metal plant in virginia. similar to polluti disvered by the a here indwood city just two years ago. >> ty have pretty much addrsed the concerns at at facility in terms of stormwater pollution. in ter of these fires, obvisly they have not. ey were not able to prevent this fire, even though a similar fire occurred a few years ago. >> reporter: a 2007 fire at the same facilitled to a $20,000 air pollution fe agains
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Nov 9, 2013 5:00pm PST
that's the biggest thing. behind us. >> reporter: in austin, texas twoq veteran saved the applause >>ay god bless the ship and >> reporter: in virginia, the navy welcomingxd the newest aircraft qcarrie the uss gerald r.q;nçord was chrissened by thef daughter. wh served. ian moore, c news >>> hundreds of pple joined today at a hike and bike ventcfn the soh bay.ok ople chose from a 4-mileçó walk or bik ride. the goal waçó to raise awarenes andw3ko funds and the crse recognized 33 years ofjfq fight. lbyrÑ beaiful weekend, evenÑi fr the beach perhaps. >> htanywhere. shut down duringhe government shutdown is back. >>ightfÑon. >> we'll show you more. okay. [son] all righshe has no idea. [man] no one told heright? [son]hi! [mom screams j(páu&e competition is back at oceanok b1dey it's part of e golden gate national recreation areat( swn the fedal government so the beachas shut qwn. studen from 20xdjf elementary schos built skand castles. it was fun but had challenges, o. sand but it's like the wetkoki has dri u it doesn't really stay, sou we had to use a lot of water to make it lik
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Nov 14, 2013 11:00pm PST
. board will approve the new deal. jean elle is le with this deloping story. board of direcr tel us that t. six weeks of paid familyeave ended up in the contractdeal, a deal union members already voted on and appred. tonight, b.a.r.t. management is not telling them it's a deal breaker t at this point, he says anything is possible. b.a.r.t. passeers may be in for anothe rough ride. the b.a.r.t. board of directors says the new labor agreement, already approved b union workers, has a mistake. six weeks of paid family leave is not supposed to be part of the deal. >> abili to be away on family leave, i believe f six weeks, and he that paid. at was negotiated out of the contract. but it somehow maged to be in there. >> reporter: now that b.a.r. says there's an error, the question is is it aeal breaker? he says it depends onhe financial impact. >> we notnow if it's frivolouin impact, moderate or extreme. >> rorter: while b.a.r.t. bulates the cost, union aders are standing by the contra. in a statement, the president said -- >> rorter: riders who already endured two strikes, hop the unions and b
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Nov 4, 2013 11:00am PST
>>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. we start things off with breaking news in the east bay. fire crews battling a fire in san leandro. you can see all that gray smoke there just billowing into the air. a structure right now is burning on altamont road alongside 580. as of now, at this point it's unclear exactly what type of structure this is that's on fire. so far, no word of any injuries. we'll, of course, continue following this story and that fire and bring you any new information as we get it into our news room. >>> we have new information this morning about the suspect who opened fire at l.a.x. on friday, killing a tsa agent. authorities say the man text his brother before the shooting to say he was going to commit suicide. nbc's miguel almaguer has the new details. >> reporter: investigators say 23-year-old paul ciancia was dropped off by a friend in a black hyundai. he calmly walked inside terminal three with this assault rifle, plenty of ammo, a plan to kill, and a note for police. >> in that note, he indicated his anger
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Nov 13, 2013 11:00am PST
, please come forward and tur youelf in. >> the suspect'sother tells us police are looking for her son. we have contacted police. they will not confirm this. they won't confirm his identity. reporting live here in san jose, bob riddell, nbc bay area ws. >> thank you, bob. >>> just io our newsroom, a small eartuake has hit the east bay. about 90 minutes ago a 3.4 magnitude earthquake hit near san ramon. take a look this map here. you can see h some have reported feeng the quake as far south fremont. so far, though, no injuries or reportof any damage. for lunch, we have a new recall to tell you about. whole foods announcing a new call stemming from the recent one issued by richmond glass onion catering company. whole foods is recling its wheatberry salad a its sohwest soo-foo sad. both are being ralled as a preventive measure becau they uld be contaminated with e. coli. no the recalled items were sold at tenf the company' 40 northern california stores, including th ones that you see on your screen. i will list them. fremon los gatos, redwood, walnut creek, lafayette, oakland, napa. n
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Nov 20, 2013 5:00pm PST
off to the south right now. as you can see in the doppler radar scan, the heaviest band that hit us from about 11:00 this morning to 3:00 this afternoon has now pushed off towards the south, but we're definitely not in the clear. you can see as we put a scan on the radar we're still tracking some heavy rainfall just to the south of gilroy, gut for most of the bay area, we're just having a few showers across silicon valley, but overall that is still pretty seeing plenty of traffic heading tonight as we put on our traffic layer. what you're going to notice is a lot of red in the south bay. again, that is an indication of some of that heavier traffic that will continue to deal throughout portions of san jose. rainfall totals impressive. mount tamapais. mill valley, 1.5. even getting in on a decent amount of rainfall here in san jose with.49. here is the remarkable thing. the biggest 24-hour total of 2013 happening in san francisco, the past 24 hours as they did receive .91 of an inch of rainfall. the largest total now since we have seen since christmas of last year. we're going to talk
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Nov 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
supervisor george shirikaw andavier compe campos. nbc bay area's damian trujillo joins us from san jose. have any laws been broken here >> reporter: it doesn't appear to be the case athis point. i found the documts filed at the city's clerk office atan nothing illegal, in the terest of publipercepti, she should have recus herself from this case. at issue a these anonymous fliers sent to vietnase-american voters in 2010. ey gave t appearae carasco who was runningor city council was aligned with communist assistantd.a. karenaid the a of former countysupervisor george shirikawa was on one of the flyers so lt month she hauled carasco's opponent i that case, xavier camposo teify who was also an aide to shirakawa, now sving time for other crimes. >>r. campos wascting on my advice. >>eporter: campos' lawyer told m to pleadhe fifth at the grand jury hearing last month. nbc bay are uncovered these stements from the campaign in 2010, showed sinunu-towery did her husband, james towery. >> question might be, who is the best person for this job? rhaps it is meone who is senior i office. thens there
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Nov 8, 2013 11:00am PST
>>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning. students at a bay area high school coming up with a unique and heart felt way to show their support for a classmate caught nup a bizarre crime, being set on fire while sleeping on a bus. nbc bay area's christie smith live in berkeley, and, christie those students coming together wearing skirts and kilts coming together for a special classmate. >> yeah, that's right. good morning to you, jon. there is a really strong show of support going on in this school today. students have on skirts, boys and girls. teachers have on skirts. even the director of the school came out and spoke with the media this morning also wearing a skirt. all of this for student sacha fleschman, a senior who was set on fire on a bus. the 18-year-old was wearing a skirt during the attack. now, the family said that sacha identifies as trans-gender, not male or female. classmates at the private berkeley school decide odd their own that wearing a skirt was the right thing to do in light of such a horrific attack on a
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Nov 18, 2013 5:00pm PST
6:00 newscast. scott budman will tell us how the silic valley and local businesses are pushing the dow to this benchmark. >>> no agreement yet. the transit agency and its unions are still in disageement over aentative contract that's been ratified by thenions and board of directrs this week.rt >> reporter: the issues paid family leave. in the tentative agreement, both parties signed o on a provision in the cntract which says inpart, the district shall of paid time off to take care of family members, domestc partners, o bond wh a new chd. got a copy of the proposed agreement and the signatures a there, but last week bart management id it was a mistake. they say this provision w ultimaty supposed to be taken out of the final contrt in june. both sides took aook at th here numbers, but as ar as we know, nothing was decided. >> we never thought it was a mistake. we looked at the material. we looked at rtas and we were stunned and still remain stunned whatever they're callg a glitch could possib be made. >> there was a mistak through the clerical process. this was not what was bargained
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Nov 7, 2013 11:00am PST
patrick stewart standing to the screen right there. twitter asked four people who used twitter in interesting ways to be their representatives on the podium this morning. now, twitter started trading about 50 minutes after that opening bell and the stock took off from $26 a share. last night's ipo did just under $47 share right now. what's remarkable is how very un-facebook it was. here's twitter and facebook. twitter on the nyse. facebook on the nasdaq. twitter, four people. facebook, the entire company. there were helicopters flying overhead at facebook. to be fair, facebook could not have known at the time that the day was going to work out the way it did. computer glitches, the stock largely unmoved. twitter making a statement with its very small little ceremony there. the ceo was on the floor of the new york stock exchange this morning. he is now flying back to twitter and san francisco before the closing bell. he hopes to get there for a celebration. as for vivian, guys, she's not headed back to school. her parents say they're taking the whole year off, and they're world sch
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Nov 16, 2013 11:00pm PST
use thr vacation or sick days to get that time f. bart claims the provision could st the tran transitgency as much as $44 million over four years. but the unions claim the fige is more like $5.6 million. >> this is for people that are bonding with a child. a fosterchild, a pern with a seriously i parent or child. everyone atart does not hav that scenario. we're talking about a very small number of folks. >>eporter: a bart spokesperson would nogo o camera but insist the inclusion of the provision in the contrt was a mistake, sayg t was a mistakenly signed in a sck of tentive agreements." several bart riders we talked with tonight say they areo fed up, they'd support a measure to outlaw transit strikes in californ. >> is not fair to the citizens of this community toeep going through this drama over and over. it affects their lives, their incos. it just -- it's as criminal a allowing is government to shut down. >> reporter: at this point the unions are not tt ning to strike but they wa the contct signed as-is. the bart board is scheduled to meet thursday and does not appear willi
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Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
place to fwam gamble. a growth business in an area that could use some growth but one that will also be forced to deal with massive traffic tie-ups come opening day. >> it's a bit of a game changer. it's a huge facility and a lot of people coming into the county on a daily basis, really, so we're concerned about that, quite frankly, but we appreciate the tribes working with us to mitigate those impacts. >> reporter: if you love to gamble, you've got a new place to visit. >> it's a guaranteed great place to be. >> reporter: just give yourself lots of time to get there. now, the casino opens tomorrow at 10:00. it will be open 24 hours a day. it will have extra police officers on duty to help deal with the traffic. it will see an estimated 10,000 cars a day on the only major freeway in and out of sonoma county. raj? >> thank you, scott. almost a $1 billion pronject here. casino games have proven to be lucrative in the south bay. casino matrix opened last august. since its opening the casino generated about $10 million in tax revenue and created 780 jobs in the process. earlier this year
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Nov 8, 2013 11:00pm PST
. >> horrified and the only thing that's really gotten us through this is knowing that we believe that they are going to make a full recovery. >> reporter: police arrested 16-year-old richard thomas on tuesday. the alameda county district attorney charged him as an adult. it has been reported he told police he was homophobic. he is facing a hate crime charge. the suspect's grandmother reacting to thomas' arrest. >> what kind of boy is he? >> he's a good kid. a very good kid. >> crandall describes her kid as being an a gender teenager. >> they do not identify with either male or female. >> reporter: so sasha's parents feel it's appropriate to use rainbow ribbons to show the 18-year-old support. a ribbon is attached to a pole outside lisa mitchell's sal lon on macarthur boulevard. >> you should be able to be who you are, wherever you are, without having to worry about things like public transportation. youth on a public transportation and getting set on fire. >> it's just sad because nobody should be -- nobody should do this to a child. like it's just not even right. >> the community has
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Nov 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
investigative unit, we urge you to give us a call. you see the numbers on the screen. 888-996-tips or send us an e-mail. >>> new tonight at 11:00, a sunnyvale mom is waiting to be reunited with her two-week-old baby but at least she knows the baby is safe. last night the baby's father kidnapped the boy and headed south. the search happened right here in the bay area and it ended on the other side of the u.s. border near lukeville, arizona. george kiriyama talks to the mother. he joins us in sunnyvale. >> reporter: the baby is safe and is in the custody of arizona's child protective services. the baby's father has been booked into jail in arizona. tonight we spoke with the baby's mother and she said she can't wait to hug little henry. the smile on patricia romero's face says it all. her two-week-old baby will be coming home. >> i'm really happy and really thankful for the police and the people that helped me find my baby. >> reporter: just 24 hours earlier, patricia's boyfriend mess dilute guler jumped into the envoy and headed to the mexican border. roam arrow said the whole thing was
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Nov 26, 2013 6:00pm PST
chris is joining us from san jose. >> reporter: hi there, raj. police say the investigators will look at things like lighting and other conditions, speed, whether drugs and alcohol were a factor. but as far as the accident that left a 14-year-old girl here in the hospital, if speed was a factor they would not be surprise. there's two-thirds of a mile between stoplights and in between are two schools and a youth center but just two crosswalks. he says he's lucky his cars were unoccupied the two times they were totalled by people coming by. >> i've seen a lot of close calls. >> on sunday night something did happen. a 14-year-old high school freshman was struck by a mini van across from the school. police say the girl was talking on her cell phone as she crossed the dark roadway. this year 24 pedestrians have been killed by cars, the most in years. >> the ones occurring at night we're looking at the lighting in the area, the amount of pedestrian traffic and speed. but we can't pinpoint one particular thing. >> division captains will direct enforcement to trouble spots. martinez says
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Nov 15, 2013 11:00am PST
in the car. there go sfpd. it sounds like theiddler is using more prlems. we're going to try to catch up to him and see you in maybe ten or 15minutes. >> sfpd says as the bank robbery is going on montgomery street right now. >> crime fhting does not sleep. leaping tall trampolines in a singlebound. he is a doll. as bob said, we will be bringing you updatesn batkid's adventures ding this newscast. be sure to stay wh nbc bay area.com. log on tore updates and a live stream of theday's highlights. >> iove how batkid stays in character. right now movingo other news. new details ts morning being learned about an emergency laing out at san jos mineta airport. the plane hit a bird soon after takeoff. christie smith has reaction fm the passengers who were on board. some who feared for the ves. christie, good morning. >> ye, good morning to you. can you imine being on ts flight? well, passengers s that on normal.everything seemed they were up in t air, and then they heard a lot bang sound. ey said shortly after the pilot got on the interdom and said the bird hit an enge or the plane. the
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Nov 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
, our rain totals still under 3 inches of sew there's a chance of rain on tuesday t not hping us out as we get you back to the woweek. so in the south bay near 70 in san jose tomorrow. you notice around the peninsula and into san francis temperatures coolingnto the 60s. biggerrop in temperatures around oaklandnd outoward the inner east bay inclung hayward. but out towds the i-valley, now youe seeing the temperatures hanging on to one more warm day, numbengs in the mid 70s arod liv ore. but kland, you're goin to notice the cooldown torrow. we'll see numbers in the 60s. soo wrap up the weekend your get away forecast still looking good on the coast. still dry in the high country. reno 70 degrees, 63 in lake taho san francisco and the coast, you will see the fog for the rning, then sunshe for the afternoo a bit cooler as you wrap up t weekend and then that chance ofhowers for the noh bay ce tuday. >> thanks very much. >>> veterans were hored ahead of the holiday. we'll show you. woah, this kitchen ibeautiful! ve him the tour. let me sw you! soft-clwhere's myoom?m sink! we had to take jt
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